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From: Stina Kallin
Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017 7:54 AM
To: ALL
Subject: My mum 'came back' with advice
This is about how my mum contacted me by sending images and then speaking to my mind.

My mum passed away a couple of years ago. During her lifetime she was difficult to live with, but when dementia developed and she forgot her past she became a easy going, humorous person which made us all forgive her. My father inherited everything including a summer house he himself had designed and built. It's his pride and joy. He's now got alzheimers and somehow my siblings made him sign over the summer house to us. They also tricked him to sign over his apartment, sold it, took the money, placed him in a home and all without his consent, which caused a rift between us. Now my siblings, (one in particular) are trying to force me to sell the summer house. I've been hesitant because of the pain it would cause our father, and because I too love the house.
One day I was working by my computer. Images of a town my parents used to live in started showing in front of my inner eye, making me lose focus. I never think of that place. The images kept coming so I began wondering if this was my mum trying to say something? I stopped working and closed my eyes. In my mind I said: 'If there is something you want to say to me, please say it now and I'll listen'. I then seemed to get a memory of my mum's personality near me and heard these words (inside my head):
'He forced me out of my home. Take whatever you can get from that house and create an independent life for yourself.'

When my parents moved away from that town and house my mum was already ill. I got a letter from my dad telling me their 'joint' decision in rather stiff terms and didn't questioning it. So this was news to me. She loved their house and that town. Maybe he did force her out of it? She was not independent, never worked and had no say. I am single so telling me to build an independent life seemed slightly superfluous. But the house is worth enough to pay off my mortgage.
My mum's words has helped me reconsider and reach a decision. I am now preparing to sell the house.

 
 
   
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